How to make a small kitchen look bigger – with expert tricks

“Betsy Kasha, Co-Founder of Paris-based interior design studio Kasha Paris explains her process: ‘In the kitchen, we tend to use Roman shades made from sheer, translucent fabric to maximize the natural light. Not only does it make cooking more pleasant, but it even makes your food look better. We sometimes use the iconic “checkerboard” pattern on the floor or dark stone countertops to bring out the bright walls. In a diner-kitchen, we select simple, elegant furniture for a lighter feel.’”

Homes and Gardens, June 2021 – London